About Glider Rocker Cushions
That old hand-me-down glider is so squeaky and wiggly; no wonder the baby has trouble falling asleep. Tightening up the screws and applying some WD-40 should take care of the frame's problems, but you need a more intense solution to deal with the stained gliding rocker cushions. If you have an upholstered rocker glider, then you need a professional reupholster job to replace the cushions, but with a standard frame, you should be able to replace them easily. Check the manufacturer's name, and then search the vast inventory on eBay for replacement glider rocker cushions that fit your chair exactly. If the manufacturer does not offer replacement cushions, carefully measure the chair and look for generic replacements. The standard rocker has a seat that is about 20 inches wide and 18 inches deep, and a back that is about 40 inches wide. You have to consider the ottoman too. If the rocker glider ottoman has a detachable cushion, you are in luck; it should be very easy to replace. However, if the ottoman cushion connects directly to the ottoman frame, you need to reupholster. Alternatively, as a hack job, cover the existing ottoman with fabric that matches your new cushions, and use a staple gun to tack it in place. It makes no difference to the baby, after all, and that is the important factor.